Many homeowners are not aware of what exactly vinyl (or PVC) fencing is. This guide is for anyone who would like more information about vinyl fencing and its benefits.
One of the biggest advantages to using vinyl fencing is that, because it’s made of a plastic-based substance, it will not rot or warp with age. Additionally, vinyl fencing is very easy to care for – just hose it down or wait for a heavy rain and it will look as good as new!
Vinyl fencing is quite durable and can stand the test of time. Though you may not think of plastic as a strong substance, vinyl fencing is actually stronger than other materials, such as wood, making it a good choice for anyone who wants a sturdy and low maintenance fencing option.
When people think of vinyl fencing, oftentimes they fear that this type of fencing looks “cheap” or unattractive because it’s made of a plastic-based substance. This isn’t the case – in fact, vinyl fencing comes in a variety of attractive styles and colors that don’t look like plastic at all!
It’s possible to find vinyl fencing in a huge variety of styles and textures, and looks range from wood to stone. It also comes in a large range of colors that will be easy to preserve as no painting or staining is necessary. Whatever your fencing needs, there is guaranteed to be an attractive vinyl option that will accent the beauty of your home.
Vinyl vs Wood
Although vinyl fencing and wood fencing have similar styles, each option has unique advantages and drawbacks. Vinyl fencing may be more expensive than wood at the outset. However, wood is likely to require maintenance down the road, so in the end vinyl may still be a more cost-effective option for you.
Whatever you’re looking for in fencing, there is sure to be a vinyl option that will suit your taste. Good luck, and happy fence hunting!
Over 50 Years of Quality Products and Services
We have been servicing the Central Florida area for over 50 years. Our fencing products and services range from residential homes, to commercial security fencing, to large municipal projects, to industrial and construction sites. The Williams name is spread from Lakeland to Orlando to Tampa. No matter the need. No matter the scale of the project, Williams fence has the exact solution for you.
On-Site Fabrication Shop
At Williams Fence Company we maintain a gate fabrication and welding shop on our premises. We can construct standard or custom sized gates and projects to satisfy any of your fencing or gate needs. Galvanized steel and aluminum products are available. Gate repair services are also available at your jobsite or at our shop.
Repairs and service are available for all types of fencing and gates. Call our office to schedule an appointment for an estimator to look at your repairs and prepare a cost estimate.
Safety is of high priority at Williams Fence Company. Over 90% of our installers have completed both OSHA and MSHA 24 hour safety courses and site specific safety training. Several of our installers have “TWIC” certification for work at ports.
All installers, estimators, and service personnel working at schools have Jessica Lunsford Act back ground checks and badges. Williams Fence Company maintains a “Drug-Free Workplace” policy and utilizes routine and random testing. In house safety meetings are conducted every 2 to 4 weeks. “Tail gate” safety meetings are conducted at job sites for general and site specific safety concerns. In-house and jobsite safety inspections are conducted at random intervals. All trucks, forklifts, tractors, skid steers, trailers, and RTV vehicles receive a weekly safety inspection with written checklist. Power tools, cords, etc. are safety inspected when check out and checked in from tool cages. All jobsites requiring digging or excavations are called in for dig permits and site markings.
All crews are provided with cell phone communications and weather concerns are monitored by our office personnel. Safety is the responsibility of every person at Williams Fence Company.
Galvanized chain link fencing provides safety and security for uses from backyards to the most secure industrial or municipal project. Cost varies according to weight of materials used and methods on construction. In residential settings, galvanized chain link fencing provides the best deal for the dollars, giving many years of service at low prices.
Not all galvanized fence materials are the same. Williams Fence Company inventories and strongly recommends True Hot-Dip Galvanized materials for all chain link fencing projects. It costs a little more, but the long term benefits largely outweigh the additional cost. If budgets are very tight, we can provide “Pre-Galvanized” materials for your chain link fence project. Check with your sales representative for more information
VINYL COATED CHAIN LINK
Vinyl coated chain link fencing gives all the benefits of Galvanized chain link fencing materials and takes them one step further. Vinyl coating in Black or Green is factory applied to materials for a more pleasing appearance for your project. Brown color materials are available through special orders. Vinyl coated chain link fencing “blends in” with it’s surroundings to provide the same level of safety and security to all job sites.